Built around 1740, this former sea captain's residence is an imposing Grade II Listed Georgian terraced house in the conservation area of Lymington and offers easy access to the High Street and Quay, both just a short walk away. Arranged on three floors Sea House is spacious and comfortable with tasteful furnishings and decoration throughout. Lymington is a picturesque town with plenty of inns, restaurants and shops, with a fascinating water front where it is easy to spend hours watching the world go by. Furthermore the stunning forest scenery is only a short drive away and provides excellent walking, cycling and horse riding. In summary this delightful town house provides an elegant home from home in this beautiful area.
Kitchen/breakfast room with gas hob, electric double oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
Cloakroom with hand basin and WC.
Stairs from Ground Floor to Lower Ground Floor:
Utility area (low ceiling height in part) with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Stairs from Ground Floor to First Floor:
Sitting room with TV, DVD and video players.
Bedroom 1 with 4ft 6' double bed and en-suite shower room with shower cubicle, hand basin and WC.
Stairs to Second Floor:
Bedroom 2 with 6ft double bed (can be separated into two 3ft beds on prior request).
Bedroom 3 with 5ft double bed.
Bathroom with bath, hand-shower, separate shower cubicle, hand basin and WC.
Outside: Fully enclosed mature garden to the rear with garden table and chairs.
Please note: No children aged 12 and under.
Beach Milford on Sea - 3 miles
Shops and Pubs - 2 minute walk to The Ship Inn and Kings Arms and walking distance to the High Street and all its facilities
The New Forest is the perfect location for a self-catering holiday. There is a wealth of things to do and see in the New Forest with fun filled days out at leading attractions such as The National Motor Museum, Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway, Longdown Activity Farm, Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World and Bucklers Hard.
Vast tracts of unspoilt woodland and heath are home to countless varieties of wildlife and native plants waiting to be discovered by ramblers, cyclists and pony trekkers. Internationally renowned for its free-roaming ponies, donkeys, cattle and other livestock, the New Forest was awarded National Park in 2005.
The New Forest´s atmosphere and traditions stretch back over 900 years. William the Conqueror set aside this incomparable countryside as his own private deer-hunting preserve and many of the unique customs of the area date back to this time. The shores and waters of the nearby Solent provide an exhilarating contrast to the calm of the Forest.
Organised deep sea fishing trips are available from both Lymington and Keyhaven and there is a regular car ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth on the nearby and fascinating Isle of Wight. The historic and bustling towns and cities of Bournemouth, Salisbury, Winchester, Southampton and Portsmouth are all within easy driving distance and there are many leisure attractions throughout the area.
The New Forest´s towns and villages such as Beaulieu, Lyndhurst, Lymington, Milford on Sea, Brockenhurst, Burley, New Milton and Ringwood have their own restful charm and make for perfect holidays in the New Forest. Explore delightful narrow streets and then relax in one of the many quant inns or tea houses found throughout the area.